[PCST] PCST and RedPop sign agreement
gywang at ustc.edu.cn
Tue Feb 14 10:06:50 CET 2017
Great News! congratulations to PCST, Brain and Luisa.
Dr. Guoyan Wang
Phone:+86 0551 63600492；E-mail: gywang at ustc.edu.cn
Department of Science Communication；
University of Science and Technology of China
发件人:"president PCST via Network" <network at lists.pcst.co>
发送时间:2017-02-11 20:13:47 (星期六)
收件人: "International Network on Public Communication of Science and Technology" <network at lists.pcst.co>
主题: [PCST] PCST and RedPop sign agreement
PCST Network is delighted to announce that it has signed a Co-Operation Agreement with RedPop, the science communication network for Latin America and the Caribbean.
The agreement is designed to promote collaborations and exchanges between the two organisations. Both have undertaken to support each other and, in particular, to ensure that each is visibly present at the other’s conferences. This will take effect from RedPop’s next conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, next August.
Relations between the global network and colleagues in Latin America have become closer over recent years. Latin American countries have been strongly represented at PCST conferences and the 2014 conference was hosted in Brazil with well over half of all participants at that event coming from the region.
Last September RedPop hosted a PCST-supported symposium in Costa Rica where PCST president Brian Trench was the opening plenary speaker.
Brian has signed the Co-Operation Agreement together with Luisa Massarani, who was the principal host of the 2014 PCST conference, is a member of the PCST Scientific Committee and is also the president of RedPop.
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